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  • New Year's Tips for Better Living

  • Here are twenty tips for better living in the New Year

  • Rise and pray every day:

    "Again today, dear God, I commit and trust my life and way to you. I'm available. Please use me to be kind to every life I touch."

  • Don't sweat the small stuff

  • Remember these simple sentences:

    "I was wrong "I am sorry" "Please forgive me" "Thank you"Say them whenever needed and say "I love you" oftenwhether needed or not

  • Come apart and rest a while before you come apart stress is a killer.

  • Remember, "Nothing changes if nothing changes."

  • Don't nurse grudges: "Failing to forgive is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die."

  • Carpe diem. Seize the day.

    "Opportunity comes to pass not to pause."

  • Quit the blame-game "choice, not chance, determines destiny."

  • Control your thinking or your thinking will control you.

    "What the mind dwells on the body acts on."

  • Invest your life in a worthwhile cause by having a noble purpose for which to live

    one that is bigger than yourself

    one that will help make your world a better place in which to live.

  • Be a positive realist.

    You will always see what you are looking for: "Two men look out the same prison bars One sees mud, the other stars."

  • The greatest abilities are availability, dependability, and responsibility.

  • "There is no pillow as soft as a clear conscience."

  • "Smooth seas never make skillful sailors."

  • When God is silent. "I believe in the sun even when it isn't shining. I believe in love even when I am alone. I believe in God even when he is silent."

  • Cry when needed. "Every unshed tear is a prism through which all of life's hurts are distorted."

  • Laugh a lot. It's still the best medicine.

  • Remember, "The bumps are what we climb on."

  • Fear not. At least 95 percent of the things we fear never happen. Trust God for the other five percent.

  • Have faith and put God first with your time, talents, and tithe (money).